Published in Cancer Weekly, April 26th, 1999
T. Nomura and colleagues from Kyoto University, Japan, examined the antitumor effect of direct interferon-gamma (IFN-gamma) gene transfer into CT-26 tumors ("Gene Expression and Antitumor Effects Following Direct Interferon (IFN-gamma) Gene Transfer with Naked Plasmid DNA and DC-chol Liposome Complexes in Mice," Gene Therapy, 1999;6:121-9).
According to N.K. Egilmez et al., DC-chol liposome is one of the most efficient cationic liposomes for in vivo intratumor gene transfer (Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 1996;221:169-73). Nomura et al. conducted...
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